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1 Curriculum Materials Centers in the State of Michigan Part II Budgets, Collections, and Services

2 Responsible Units: 15 – Library 7 – Education 1 – Other Academic Dept. 1 - TBD

3 Center Budgets Salaries: Not enough information provided to ascertain Salaries: Not enough information provided to ascertain Facilities: Information too complex to analyze Facilities: Information too complex to analyze Additional Funding Other Academic Units/Programs – 2 Other Academic Units/Programs – 2 Overdue Fines, Services – 5 Overdue Fines, Services – 5

4 Collection Budgets Only one Center breaks down the budget by resource type. Only one Center breaks down the budget by resource type. (Textbooks, Hands-On/Manipulatives, Videos, etc.) All others either do NOT have a budget or purchase resources from a general collection budget. All others either do NOT have a budget or purchase resources from a general collection budget. Three collections rely exclusively on gifts. Three collections rely exclusively on gifts.

5 Collection Budget Ranges Ranges of $0 to $32,000 Ranges of $0 to $32,000 Endowment – 1 ($1,000/yr) Endowment – 1 ($1,000/yr) As Needed – 5 As Needed – 5 Dependent upon Student Fees – 2 Dependent upon Student Fees – 2 TBD – 2 TBD – 2 Gifts from Faculty or Textbook Companies Gifts from Faculty or Textbook Companies

6 Types of Collections Textbook Collections (Txbk) Textbook Collections (Txbk) Textbook with Supplements/Activity Books Textbook with Supplements/Activity Books Txbk with Manipulative Collections Txbk with Manipulative Collections Txbk with Juvenile Collections Txbk with Juvenile Collections Txbk with Special Collections Txbk with Special Collections Txbk with Video Collections Txbk with Video Collections Txbk with Media Production Txbk with Media Production And any combination of the above!! And any combination of the above!!

7 Collections (2 Collections TBD) Textbooks/Supplements – 22 (3 rely on gifts) Textbooks/Supplements – 22 (3 rely on gifts) Hands-On – 14 Hands-On – 14 Posters – 11 Posters – 11 Maps – 10 Maps – 10 Puppets – 10 Puppets – 10 Videos – 10 Videos – 10 Software – 9 Software – 9 Juvenile – 4 Juvenile – 4 Other – (Audio - 2; Vertical File - 3; Tests - 2; Curriculum Guides - 2; Special - 11) Other – (Audio - 2; Vertical File - 3; Tests - 2; Curriculum Guides - 2; Special - 11)

8 Access to Collection Classification System 15 - Library of Congress 15 - Library of Congress 1 used LC for Professional Materials only 1 used LC for Professional Materials only 7 - Dewey 7 - Dewey Used in schools Used in schools 4 used for the Juvenile Collection only 4 used for the Juvenile Collection only 4 - In-House for all or part of their collections 4 - In-House for all or part of their collections 2 - TBD 2 - TBD

9 Access to Collection 18 - Accessed by Library Online Catalog 18 - Accessed by Library Online Catalog 1 - Juvenile Collection only 1 - Juvenile Collection only 1 - Professional Materials only 1 - Professional Materials only 2 - TBD 2 - TBD 8 - May be accessed through MEL Cat 8 - May be accessed through MEL Cat

10 Collection Policy 9 – Policies in place 9 – Policies in place 8 – No policies in place 8 – No policies in place 1 – Policies currently being developed 1 – Policies currently being developed 4 – Policies incorporated with themain library’s 4 – Policies incorporated with themain library’s 2 – Policies to be determined 2 – Policies to be determined

11 Procedure Policy 10 – Policies in place 10 – Policies in place 6 – Policies incorporated with the main library’s 6 – Policies incorporated with the main library’s 6 – No policies in place 6 – No policies in place 2 – Policies to be determined 2 – Policies to be determined

12 ACRL Guidelines 16 – Not aware of the ACRL Guidelines 16 – Not aware of the ACRL Guidelines 7 – Aware of the ACRL Guidelines 7 – Aware of the ACRL Guidelines 1 - Not applicable 1 - Not applicable

13 Interlibrary Loan Yes Textbooks 11 Textbooks 11 Supplements/Activity Books 8 Supplements/Activity Books 8 Hands-On 4 Hands-On 4 Maps 3 Maps 3 Posters 3 Posters 3 Puppets 3 Puppets 3 Software 0 Software 0 Videos 6 Videos 6

14 ERIC Only 1 Center housed the ERIC microfiche collection. Only 1 Center housed the ERIC microfiche collection.

15 PK-12 Magazines Those magazines whose intended audience is PK-12 students. 13 – Have PK-12 magazines in Centers 13 – Have PK-12 magazines in Centers 3 – Allow magazines to check out 3 – Allow magazines to check out 8 – Keep backfiles of the magazines 8 – Keep backfiles of the magazines 1 yr/2 yr/3 yr/5 yr/complete run 1 yr/2 yr/3 yr/5 yr/complete run 6 – House some professional magazines 6 – House some professional magazines One Center has 71 PK-12 or professional magazines.

16 PK-12 Magazines Budget ranges: Budget ranges: Portions of the whole budget Portions of the whole budget Gifts from Faculty Gifts from Faculty Another Department’s Responsibility Another Department’s Responsibility

17 PK-12 Magazines (a few of the titles) Baby BugHappy Times Baby BugHappy Times CalliopeHighlights CalliopeHighlights Children’s PlaymateInstructor Children’s PlaymateInstructor CicadaMailbox CicadaMailbox ClickMailbox Bookbag ClickMailbox Bookbag CobblestoneMichigan History for Kids CobblestoneMichigan History for Kids Connected NewsletterMuse Connected NewsletterMuse CricketNat.Geographic for Kids CricketNat.Geographic for Kids DiscoveryNew Moon DiscoveryNew Moon FacesOdyssey FacesOdyssey

18 PK-12 Magazines Ranger Rick Ranger Rick Skipping Stone Skipping Stone Stone Soup Stone Soup Sweet 16 Sweet 16 Time for Kids Time for Kids Wall Street Classroom Edition Wall Street Classroom Edition Zoobooks Zoobooks

19 Special Collections Albion College: Cambios Juvenile Collection Albion College: Cambios Juvenile Collection Andrews University: University’s Cassette Tape Collection, Map Collection, Vertical & Story File Collections Andrews University: University’s Cassette Tape Collection, Map Collection, Vertical & Story File Collections Calvin College: Vertical File Calvin College: Vertical File Central Michigan: Michigan Textbook Collection, Michigan Schools in the Middle Collection Central Michigan: Michigan Textbook Collection, Michigan Schools in the Middle Collection Hope College: College’s Cassette Tape Collection Hope College: College’s Cassette Tape Collection Marygrove College: Education Peace Center Marygrove College: Education Peace Center Oakland University: Collection of Award Winning Juvenile Books, Graphic Novel Collection, Children's Tradebook Examination Center Oakland University: Collection of Award Winning Juvenile Books, Graphic Novel Collection, Children's Tradebook Examination Center

20 Special Collections Saginaw Valley State University: TESOL Saginaw Valley State University: TESOL Collection, Center for Economic Education, Michigan Special Education Archives Siena Heights University: Art Collection Siena Heights University: Art Collection Spring Arbor University: Chart and Picture File Collection Spring Arbor University: Chart and Picture File Collection Wayne State University: Mildred Jeffrey Collection of Peace & Conflict Resolution, Millicent A. Wills Collection of Urban Ethnic Materials, Ramsey Collection of Children’s Literature Wayne State University: Mildred Jeffrey Collection of Peace & Conflict Resolution, Millicent A. Wills Collection of Urban Ethnic Materials, Ramsey Collection of Children’s Literature

21 Special Collections: Education Tests 2 - ETS (Education Testing Services) 2 - ETS (Education Testing Services) 1 in the Education Library 1 in the Education Library 1 in the Main Library 1 in the Main Library 7 - Specialized Tests (i.e.-Peabody) 7 - Specialized Tests (i.e.-Peabody) 1 - Older Specialized Tests in Center and allows students to check out 1 - Older Specialized Tests in Center and allows students to check out

22 Special Collections: Capstones, Projects, Theses 1 – Senior Capstones 1 – Senior Capstones 8 – Master’s Projects or Theses 8 – Master’s Projects or Theses 1 – Kept in a separate area in the library but near the Center 1 – Kept in a separate area in the library but near the Center 1 – Not cataloged 1 – Not cataloged 1 – In the process of moving to different location nearer to the College of Education 1 – In the process of moving to different location nearer to the College of Education

23 Special Collections: Capstones, Projects, Theses Cataloging Cataloging 6 – Cataloger at Main Library 6 – Cataloger at Main Library 3 – Center’s Director 3 – Center’s Director Subject Headings Subject Headings 7 – Library of Congress 7 – Library of Congress 1 – Sears 1 – Sears 1 – ERIC Descriptors 1 – ERIC Descriptors 1 – TBD 1 – TBD

24 Video/DVD Collections Those materials used for professional development of education students or materials education students used to develop lesson plans.

25 Video/DVD Collections 18 – Have education videos/DVDs 18 – Have education videos/DVDs 11 – Located in Centers 11 – Located in Centers 7 – Located in Libraries 7 – Located in Libraries 2 – Videos/DVDs located elsewhere on campus 2 – Videos/DVDs located elsewhere on campus 2 – Do not have videos/DVDs 2 – Do not have videos/DVDs 2 – TBD 2 – TBD

26 Video/DVD Budget ranges: Budget ranges: Portions of the whole budget Portions of the whole budget As Needed As Needed From Student Fees From Student Fees Grants Grants Another Department’s Responsibility Another Department’s Responsibility

27 Video/DVD Reservation Systems 4 - In-house manual booking system 4 - In-house manual booking system 6 - Used online catalog reservation system 6 - Used online catalog reservation system 1 - Uses both manual and electronic systems 1 - Uses both manual and electronic systems

28 Equipment Machines used to assist in lesson planning Provide some form of media services AS PART of the Center 12 - Provide some form of media services AS PART of the Center 4 – Library provides media services 4 – Library provides media services 2 - Media services are either in close proximity to the Center or elsewhere on campus 2 - Media services are either in close proximity to the Center or elsewhere on campus 2 - TBD 2 - TBD 4 - Do not have any equipment 4 - Do not have any equipment

29 Equipment Budget Ranges: Budget Ranges: Portions of the whole budget Portions of the whole budget As Needed As Needed From Student Fees From Student Fees Grants Grants Self-funding Self-funding Another Department’s Responsibility Another Department’s Responsibility

30 Equipment Binding Machine - 10 Binding Machine - 10 Color Printer Color Printer 2-Colors Colors - 3 Full Color Printer - 3 Full Color Printer - 3 Die Cutter Die Cutter Accucut - 2 Accucut - 2 Ellison - 13 Ellison - 13 Labeling Machine - 5 Labeling Machine - 5 Laminator - 13 Laminator - 13 Other: Other: Hot Press -1 Opaque Projector - 2 Typewriter -2

31 Equipment Limitations: Limitations: Education Students/Faculty only - 4 Education Students/Faculty only - 4 Any Student, Faculty, or Staff – 12 Any Student, Faculty, or Staff – 12 Available to Any Patron – 1 Available to Any Patron – 1 Not available to Non-Affiliated Patron - 1 Not available to Non-Affiliated Patron - 1 Lamination by Staff person only - 2 Lamination by Staff person only - 2 All services performed by Staff person only – 1 All services performed by Staff person only – 1

32 Technology Technology (computers, software, digital equipment, cameras, etc.) used in lesson planning or portfolio development. 9 provide technology services as part of the Center 9 provide technology services as part of the Center 2 provide technology services near to the Center 2 provide technology services near to the Center 2 provides technology services within the Library 2 provides technology services within the Library 2 TBD 2 TBD

33 Technology Budget Ranges Budget Ranges Portions of the whole budget Portions of the whole budget As Needed As Needed From Student Fees From Student Fees Grants Grants Another Department’s Responsibility Another Department’s Responsibility

34 Technology Tape Recorder – 13 Computers - 13 Digital Camera- 12 Scanner - 11 Slide Projector – 11 Tripod - 9 Video Camera - 8 Digital Camcorder - 6 Polaroid Camera - 1

35 Technology Check Out Digital Camera – 14 Tape Recorder - 12 Slide Projector – 11 Tripod - 11 Video Camera - 10 Digital Camcorder – 8 Computers - 4 CD Player - 1 Polaroid Camera - 1

36 Computer Technology Computer Access: Computer Access: 13 have computers in the Center 13 have computers in the Center 8 have a computer lab as part of the Center 8 have a computer lab as part of the Center 6 have a computer classroom near the Center 6 have a computer classroom near the Center

37 Computer Technology PC- 12 PC- 12 Mac – 8 Mac – 8 PC & Mac - 8 PC & Mac - 8 Networked - 17 Networked - 17 Wireless - 15 Wireless - 15

38 Computer Technology Usage: Usage: General Use - 9 General Use - 9 Instructions - 1 Instructions - 1 Portfolio Development - 4 Portfolio Development - 4 Presentations - 4 Presentations - 4 Research - 6 Research - 6 Software Review - 4 Software Review - 4

39 Software Software used in lesson planning or for evaluation. 4 provide education software AS PART of the Center 4 provide education software AS PART of the Center 1 recently eliminated all education software from its collection 1 recently eliminated all education software from its collection

40 Software Budget Ranges Budget Ranges Portions of the whole budget Portions of the whole budget As Needed As Needed From Student Fees From Student Fees Grants Grants

41 Web Pages Fourteen curriculum centers have web pages. Fourteen curriculum centers have web pages.

42 Mission Statements Ten have mission statements on their web pages. Ten have mission statements on their web pages.

43 Closed: University of Michigan – Ann Arbor University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

44 Problems Why have one? Why have one? Who will it serve? Who will it serve? What will it hold? What will it hold? Where will it be located? Where will it be located?

45 ACRL Standards & Guidelines Guidelines for Curriculum Materials Centers Guidelines for Curriculum Materials Centers Approved by ACRL and ALA, January 2003 Approved by ACRL and ALA, January 2003 Curriculum materials centers are essential to the instructional and research needs of students and faculty in programs preparing educators for P-12 schools. These guidelines describe essential elements of administration, services, and collections for curriculum materials centers in all university and college settings. Curriculum materials centers are essential to the instructional and research needs of students and faculty in programs preparing educators for P-12 schools. These guidelines describe essential elements of administration, services, and collections for curriculum materials centers in all university and college settings. These guidelines are intended for administrators at all levels of post-secondary education, particularly education deans or department chairs; library deans or directors; librarians responsible for curriculum materials centers; and accrediting and licensure agencies. These guidelines are intended for administrators at all levels of post-secondary education, particularly education deans or department chairs; library deans or directors; librarians responsible for curriculum materials centers; and accrediting and licensure agencies. DEFINITIONS DEFINITIONS P-12 refers to preschool through twelfth grade. P-12 refers to preschool through twelfth grade. Curriculum materials are educational resources that provide curriculum and instructional experiences for P-12 students. These materials are used by educators to develop curricula and lesson plans and may also be used in actual instructional situations with P-12 students. These materials also provide information for those doing research. Curriculum materials are educational resources that provide curriculum and instructional experiences for P-12 students. These materials are used by educators to develop curricula and lesson plans and may also be used in actual instructional situations with P-12 students. These materials also provide information for those doing research. Curriculum Materials Center (CMC) refers to a physical location of a curriculum materials collection. Curriculum materials centers are often housed in a main campus library, a branch library building, or in an academic building housing the campus education academic programs. Curriculum Materials Center (CMC) refers to a physical location of a curriculum materials collection. Curriculum materials centers are often housed in a main campus library, a branch library building, or in an academic building housing the campus education academic programs. CMC users are education students and faculty, and may also include P-12 educators, other students, and community members as defined by the CMC’s mission. CMC users are education students and faculty, and may also include P-12 educators, other students, and community members as defined by the CMC’s mission. Director refers to the librarian who has primary responsibility for the CMC; its facilities, administration, collection, personnel, and services Director refers to the librarian who has primary responsibility for the CMC; its facilities, administration, collection, personnel, and services

46 Contact Information Rita Kohrman Education Resources Librarian Grand Valley State University Steelcase Library Grand Rapids, MI


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